Introducing Your Unconscious Blueprint
Put simply, your Unconscious Blueprint(TM) is your internal image programming your behaviour. Like any programme, it needs updating regularly to ensure you perform at your optimum level.
If you’ve regularly looked after yourself, physically, emotionally and psychologically over the years, continuing to learn and grow, then chances are your unconscious blueprint is an empowering one. It assists you to move forward, making wise decisions with courage and compassion, in all areas of your life.
If, on the other hand, you know you’re still carrying some ‘head-trash’ from the past, with memories and people able to easily trigger anger, hurt or guilt, leaving you anxious or depressed. If you struggle with feeling “grown up”, lack confidence, self-esteem or tend to be reckless to your regret, then you may have a disempowering unconscious blueprint. For example, you may be operating on your 6 or 14 year old programming, instead of version 40 year old. Or perhaps the program is the correct age, but overtime part of it has corroded or been weathered to the point it affects the whole picture. Your internal image looks like an overweight anxious 45 year old instead of a healthy confident one.
Your internal image is reflected in the external, whether in appearance or behaviour. You need to discover the current programming and update it before you can easily function at the level you’d love to. Confident and healthy with positive self-esteem and resilience. Fortunately, it can easily be reprogrammed once you’ve identified what precisely needs to change.
You also have unconscious blueprints™ of others, either empowering or disempowering them or you. Think who you are intimidated by, or are dismissive of. You are disempowering yourself if you are intimidated by others, and disempowering them while empowering yourself, in an unhealthy way, if you are dismissive. Neither supports your growth to be the best you possible. It shows up in how you treat your children, the level of passion in your relationship, and workplace dynamics, so keep an eye out for the next blog posts in this series.
If you’d like a quick way to change, refer to “The Face Within: How To Change Your Unconscious Blueprint” by Sue Lester, that’d be me.